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The Importance of "Us"

Posted by Pastor Pete Panitzke on

I find great comfort in the little word "us" in Acts 20:5. Click here to read the context, Acts 20:1-16. "Us" indicates that Luke, the author of Acts, is once again joining Paul's entourage. We met Luke first in Troas on Paul's second missionary journey (Acts 16:10). He stayed behind in...

Comfort and Grace for Challenging Times

Posted by Pastor Pete Panitzke on

Riots are not new. Paul’s companions were at the center of a riot in Ephesus. View the video introduction here and then read about the riot in Acts 19:21-41 here.I have friends who were caught up in a protest recently. It was frightening for them too. God in his grace protected Paul...

Courage to Go Against the Crowd

Posted by Pastor Pete Panitzke on

He had seen the destructive power of crowds. He knew it was dangerous for anyone to act in opposition to a crowd filled with anger and hate. When all seemed lost, he acted in love. He acted in faith. The story wasn’t over. The Victory was coming. This is the story of a man named...

Taste and See; Awake and Alive; GLS

Posted by Pastor Pete Panitzke on

Taste and See Tomorrow begins an online mission event called “Taste and See” that allows you to participate in the presentations that are normally given at the Lutheran Women’s Missionary Society national convention and the Seminary’s Taste of Missions...

Put Yourself in the Place of Another

Posted by Pastor Pete Panitzke on

“I will meditate on all your works and consider all your mighty deeds” (Psalm 77:12). To “meditate” is to chew on God’s word like you chew on gum to get all the flavor out of it. Chew on your reading today by putting yourself in the place of the author or...

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